Monday, May 22, 2017

Even More Kansas City Late Night Links

Hottie Imogen reminds us of differing Internets interests and just a few links worth an overnight click. Take a look:

Meet The New Kansas City Arts Leader

Kansas City Arts Leader Picked To Head ArtsKC

ArtsKC, the regional arts council, on Monday announced a new president and CEO: Dana Knapp. Since January 1, 2017, Knapp has served as the interim leader of ArtsKC, a nonprofit arts organization that "promotes, supports and advocates for the arts across a five-county region." She was selected after a national search.

Tragedy Testimony

Brother says murder victim was 'man for others'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Friends and family members of recent homicide victim Mike Darby gathered for his funeral on Monday, four days after police found his body along Indian Creek Trail. Investigators still have not released Darby's cause of death, but his brother shared on Monday the emotions his family has felt since the tragedy.

Water Park Ongoing Investigation

Kansas AG asks police for more info in Schlitterbahn water slide probe

Attorney General Derek Schmidt has asked Kansas City, Kansas police for more investigative material surrounding the death of a boy last year on a water slide. Schmidt said in a statement Monday that his office is still reviewing the case and that he didn't know when the inquiry would conclude.

Local Foodie Celebration

With their Urban Café, Justin and Rashaun Clark bring positive vibes to a corner of Troost

Visualization works. That's been Rashaun and Justin Clark's experience, anyway. Back in 2009, the young couple was living in Chicago. Justin was staging for Michelin-star chefs like Phillip Foss and would go on to cook at the Fairmont Hotel. Rashaun was styling hair at a salon in Lincoln Park.

Kansas City Losing Streak Continues

Royals continue to struggle against Yanks, fall 4-2

The Royals have dropped 5 of their last 7

And this is the OPEN THREAD for the late night . . .

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